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Need a Battery for a Gizmo - Hand Mixer

My wifes rechargable hand mixer - gizmo will not hold a charge. I opened it up and disconnected the Rechargeable Nickle-Cadmium Battery. I want to replace it but cannot find a number to cross reference. It is 3.5 inches long and 1 inch in dia. It is a Gates Energy product. 41BO30AC16501 9327 IS THE # ON THE BATTERY

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  • Neener60 Jan 25, 2009

    Our Black & Decker Gizmo hand mixer recargable battery is in need of a proper burial. But I can not seem to find another one to rellace it with. It is a Novacell 2.4v 1500mAh Nickel-Cadmium Battery.

  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    I have the same problem with the battery not holding a charge. Because of this the recharging plug overheats and appears to be overheating from the inside.


  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2009

    I have an older model B&D battery mixer and can't find a replacement battery. Any luck in your search for a source?

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    ROSALIA ADELSFLUGEL Jul 04, 2014

    Where can I find this battery????

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Go interstatebatteries.com . select R9-batteries-2.4V 1500mAh NiCd battery. Take the end safety caps off the old battery and install on new one you can use electeral shrink spagetty to anchor the endes on the new battery. This will work on the Novacell brand old battery.

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I have the same problem. The Dewart sStore, formerly Black & Decker, suggested calling B&D at 1-800-738-0245 to see if they carry it. I'll do that later on today. If they don't a local store in Spokane WA, Batteries Plus, says they can make one for $12 if I can't find a ready-made one.

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Remove the battery . Recycle it, and throw the mixer in the trash and buy another brand of cordless mixer to replace it.

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